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CUT Celebrates Workers Day



CUT Celebrates Workers Day

CUT Celebrates Workers Day. National Library Week is a time to celebrate the contributions of libraries and library workers to their communities. At the Central University of Technology, Free State (CUT), this week holds special significance as it coincides with International Workers Day, also known as May Day, celebrated on the 1st of May each year.

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Commemorating International Workers Day

On the 5th of May 2024, the Unit for Transformation and Constructive Engagement (UNITE) at CUT organized a special event to commemorate International Workers Day. The event brought together workers from both the Bloemfontein and Welkom campuses to honor and appreciate their dedication to keeping the institution clean and running smoothly.

A Tribute to Dedicated Workers

The event was a tribute to the hardworking CUT workers who play a crucial role in the success of the institution. Prof. de Jager, the newly appointed Vice-Chancellor and Principal, took this opportunity to meet and greet the workers, expressing his appreciation for their hard work and dedication. He emphasized the importance of the Human Project theme for 2017, which focuses on enhancing human reconciliation and valuing all staff, students, and stakeholders at CUT.

A Vision For The Future

Prof. de Jager shared his vision for CUT, highlighting the importance of instilling a culture that values diversity, non-racialism, non-sexism, and human dignity for all. He urged all staff members to work together as a team to ensure student success and achieve their full potential in the workplace.


National Library Week at CUT is not just a celebration of libraries but also a celebration of the dedicated workers who contribute to the success of the institution. Through events like the one organized by UNITE, CUT continues to foster a culture of appreciation and respect for all its workers, ensuring a bright future for the institution and its community.

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